Let the joy of colour continue with another glorious house by Sydney interior designer Briony Fitzgerald. Perhaps just a touch more restrained than the last but bright pink front door? I’m inspired.
Sometimes it’s all about the glorious cacophony of colour. Pink and green and blue and yellow. A joyful celebration of the “non” monochromatic by Briony Fitzgerald Design. Don’t you just love it!
As much as I like an almost minimalist neutral room, a zen like space with rich textures and desaturated hues, deep down my heart belongs to colour and pattern and details. Now if I could just live in this Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse room by Frampton Co life would be just about perfect.
L.A. based interiors firm Alexander Design create spaces that are personal, luxurious and livable. Their work is a mix of contemporary, custom and vintage pieces, richly layered and carefully curated. It’s all about relaxed family living that is stylish yet functional, chic yet authentic, effortlessly elegant. A neutral colour palette is the jumping off point for this beachside home but it’s the layer upon layer of texture that is the star.
Imagine a 3o’s era Tudor style home in Seattle and light and bright are not the first words that spring to mind. This Seattle home redesigned by Amanda Grace Interiors is a modern yet timeless family home, simple yet elegant, refined and relaxed. Oh and full of beautiful light.
Photos by Alex Hayden